By Karen Yi - NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
NEWARK -- The former Jersey City aide featured in a controversial recording at the center of contract-steering allegations has resigned from his current position leading an education reform group in Newark.
Muhammed Akil stepped down from the Parent Coalition for Excellent Education (PC2E) Friday to "pursue other professional opportunities," according to a press release sent by PC2E.
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